A Flipped Classroom Model

Flipped Classroom LogoMark T. Burke a series of posts about flipping his music classroom.  While he is focusing on the music classroom, this information has wide application across all areas of study.

Burke says what he likes about the flipped classroom model includes:

  1. The teacher role is strengthened.
  2. Time is used more efficiently.
  3. Peer learning is employed to a great degree.
  4. Project based learning is integrated more easily.
  5. The lecture is put to rest (Amen!)
  6. Technology is used for a real purpose.
  7. Knowledge transfer is the core of the learning process.
  8. Creativity is given time within the instructional process.
  9. Kids practice becoming stronger independent learners.
  10. Assimilation of information can be witnessed.

The three posts are available below:

Part 1: Flipped Out Over Flipped Classrooms

Part 2: Strategies for Flipped Music Classrooms

Part 3: Flipping the Switch for Music Technology: Flipped Classroom Model

Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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